School of Business, Environmental and Sustainability Studies
Wolfville, Nova Scotia
My Interest in Business Ethics
Atlantic ; International
Academic - Faculty/Staff ; Public Sector - Local Government ; Research Centres & Teams ; Voluntary Sector / NGO
Areas of Interest
Accountability ; Accountability - Certification ; Climate Change ; Codes of Conduct ; Consumer Issues ; Consumer Issues - Consumer Rights ; Consumer Issues - Ethical Consumption ; Corporate Citizenship ; Corporate Governance ; Corporate Governance - Self-Regulation ; Corporate Governance - Transparency ; Corporate Social Responsibility ; Corruption ; Development ; Economic ; Economic - Environmental ; Economic - Social ; Education ; Environment & Business ; Gender ; Globalization ; Health ; Health - Healthcare ; Human Rights ; Labour - Employee ; Labour - Health & Safety ; Leadership ; Poverty ; Public Policy ; Resource Extraction ; Spirituality ; Sustainability ; Theory - Stakeholder
Me in Brief
Dr. Callaghan is an Associate Professor at the F.C. Manning School of Business. She teaches for School of Business and the Environment and Sustainability Studies program in the areas of business strategy, corporate social responsibility, ethics, and sustainable community development. She is currently working on research projects that examine values based food purchasing and understanding the power of community engagement for sustainable community development and rejuvenation.
Dr. Callaghan is also active in her community: she is a board member of The Center for Rural Sustainability, an advisor for FarmWorks, and a member of the community group Friends of Agriculture in Nova Scotia (FANS). Dr. Callaghan has trained and registered by Natural Step Canada as a Natural Step Associate.
Dr. Callaghan holds a Doctor of Business Administration (Management policy and Strategy) from Boston University, a Masters of Arts (Urban and Environmental Policy) from Tufts University, and a Bachelor of Arts (Economics and Political Science) from Bennington College.